Residents of Texas and Louisiana are suffering at the hands of Hurricane Harvey, and attorneys are needed to help assist victims of the disaster. Disaster response websites have been established by the State Bar of Texas, the Louisiana State Bar and the American Bar Association to provide attorneys the resources they need to support the relief effort, including providing legal services on behalf of legal aid providers in Texas, providing online legal services, and donating to the recovery efforts. Additionally, the Texas Supreme Court has issued an emergency order which permits out-of-state attorneys to practice in Texas for six months.
As more resources become available, the State Bar of Nevada will make it available on this page.
Become a Pro Bono Volunteer
The Nevada Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission and the State Bar of Nevada strongly advocates that all attorneys utilize their legal skills and resources to participate in pro bono service. There are many Nevadans facing tremendous legal needs and members of the State Bar of Nevada can help! For more information on how you can serve as a legal aid volunteer, see the Pro Bono Events page or visit www.onepromisenevada.org.
Don’t forget RPC 6.1 also includes activities beyond taking a case or giving money, for example law-related education; activities for improving the law and the legal profession; or presenting for an approved education program sponsored by the state or a county bar or a Nevada court.
Contact the Access To Justice DirectorState Bar of Nevada 3100 W. Charleston Blvd. Suite 100 Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (702) 382-2200 Toll Free: (800) 254-2797